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PoE Hat for Tinkerboard
#1
Have been able to successfully use pisupply's PoE hat for Raspberrypi on tinkerboard.
Here is the link

https://www.pi-supply.com/product/pi-poe...pberry-pi/
http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/serial-cab.../?sra=pmpn

This is a Power over ethernet add on board to power tinkerboard. The add on board works out of the box on tinkerboard as the GPIO configuration and PCB layout are identical to that of raspberry pi.
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#2
Quote:10-1300 mA output power

You may face issues here as the Tinkerboard will consume up to 2000mA...
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#3
Not a HAT, but I use these for PoE :

Active PoE Splitter Power Over Ethernet 48V to 5V 2.4A Micro USB Plug
https://www.amazon.co.uk/DSLRKIT-Active-...B01H37XQP8 - £7.90

2.4A so plenty in the tank...
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#4
In addition to Mikerr's post, and you live in the US, this is available.
https://www.amazon.com/UCTRONICS-802-3af...litter+usb

Edit: Use the correct PoE injector for your splitter. There are two different types (active and passive).
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#5
I disagree that 2.4A is "plenty", but it should work for many.

Ideally, you'd find something that delivers 5V on 2 pins and ground on 2 pins to the GPIO header.

I really hope that the Tinker Board II has a barrel connector for power.
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#6
I'm with BeauSlim. I would also like to see a barrel connector.

Some of my projects are using the GPIO pins (4 and 6) to supply power rather than that USB socket. Does anybody see a problem with that?
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